The Tigers are coming

Winchmore Hill Tigers news update

with our special correspondents Fay Canuz and E.Savinalaar-Finney


The England (and Wales) Cricket Board (the ECB) has announced that the former Judd Street Tigers Cricket Club has been hit with a two-year transfer ban on all incoming members, Continue reading “The Tigers are coming”



Welcome to 2019, with the news that the Judd Street Tigers are no longer an independent social cricket team, but will now play under the umbrella of Winchmore Hill Cricket Club, the Tigers’ landlords since their inception in 2012, when the club was formed from the amalgamation of two Sunday social teams – West Eleven and the Walthamstow Horizontals. Continue reading “EVOLUTION – NOT REVOLUTION”

The game that’s never done

Saturday 29 September 2018 – Highgate Cricket Club
JUDD STREET TIGERS 187-7 (Wright 36*, Dane 34, M Webster 30) beat
SOUTH LONDON ODD BALLS (SLOBS) 183 all out (Tom G 85, M Webster 3-13, Wright 3-44) by 3 wickets

‘How shall we live, now that the summer’s ended’, wrote Thomas Moult in his poem Close of Play ; words that could easily apply to the Tigers at the end of their seventh, and most traumatic, season. Continue reading “The game that’s never done”

Wright on

Sunday 16 September 2018   Alexandra Park
JUDD STREET TIGERS 253-6 (Wright 91, Butt 55, Dane 48) beat
RAILWAY TAVERNERS 130 all out ( Njorte 30, James 27, Butt 4-24) by 123 runs

The Tigers’ good form continued with a convincing victory over the Railway Taverners at a bleak and blustery Alexandra Park. Continue reading “Wright on”

Back in the hunt

Sunday 9 September 2018  Winchmore Hill CC
JUDD STREET TIGERS 236-6 (Dane 71, Greenham 44, Wright 29) beat
MAYFIELD CC 235-9 (Starck 81, Kazi 33, Jain 31, Greenham 3-45) by 4 wickets

The Tigers ended a miserable few weeks with an exciting win over Mayfield – the club’s first victory since June 23rd and only their fourth of the season, as the curtain fell on cricket at Winchmore Hill for 2018.  Continue reading “Back in the hunt”


Sunday 2nd September  2018     Winchmore Hill CC
JUDD STREET TIGERS 169-6 (Dane 36*, Greenham 32, Namilikonda 3-20) lost to GENTLEMEN OF WEST LONDON 174-5 (Kota 55*, Basker 32) by 6 wickets

The Tigers finally got back on the field again to renew their friendly rivalry with The Gents, a fixture dogged with problems for some years. Indeed, this was only the Tigers second full match in two months and more like a reunion party for some of the players! Continue reading “Respect”

Tigers in turmoil again


Misery memoirs from the truly beleaguered director of cricket

The season goes from bad to worse for the Judd Street Tigers as last Sunday’s fixture (19th) with Cincinnati was abandoned when the opposition did not appear. Continue reading “Tigers in turmoil again”

Back on it

Sunday 5 August 2018   Winchmore Hill CC
ACME 281-6 (Whiting 72, Mashkoor 55)
JUDD STREET TIGERS 211 all out (Wright 38, Warren 37*, Dane 32, Whiting 3-14)

After two postponements due to lack of players, and a third match washed out last weekend, the Tigers played their first full length game in five weeks against old friends Acme on a boiling hot day at the Paulin Ground. Continue reading “Back on it”


The Tigers returned to action last weekend in the Winchmore Hill 6-a-side competition, a formula ideally suited to the team, since six is about par for players being available on any given Sunday.

Perhaps against expectations, they won their group and progressed to the semi-final, where they came unstuck against a strong local team that contained 1st and 2nd XI players. Chris Wright, who has purportedly been tarting for the world and his dog during recent Tiger downtime, was in particularly good nick, three times having to retire undefeated having reached 30 runs, his fine form seemingly inversely proportional to the application of his razor. Continue reading “REDEMPTION”

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